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SID Factory 0.5 (alpha 1)   [2006]

SID Factory 0.5 (alpha 1) Release Date :
2 September 2006

Type :
C64 Tool

AKA :
SF 0.5

Website :
http://www.m-studios.dk/

User rating:**********  10/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Laxity of Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
Music .... Laxity of Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants


SIDs used in this release :
SID Factory (demo tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/SID_Factory_demo_tune_1.sid)
SID Factory (demo tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/SID_Factory_demo_tune_2.sid)
SID Factory (demo tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/SID_Factory_demo_tune_3.sid)
SID Factory (demo tune 4)(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/SID_Factory_demo_tune_4.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/29773/20060901_SID_Factory_0_5.zip (downloads: 1009)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Warnock on 19 October 2011
Hmmm. Another editor to play with. Let's see, I've managed to crash Voicetrack and Future Composer. Let's ee if this editor has the same hole in it. Ha ha ha ha. Just kidding. I'm anxious to see how my tunes turn out with this bugger. Lookin' good!! (^_^)
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 9 February 2009
sequencer. SDI lets you use full screen almost for editing the pattern.
User Comment
Submitted by Sequencer on 9 February 2009
Looks nice -- I never understood why you could not parallel the instrument and slide. Also looks like this can set pointers to the various tables from the voice itself?

I think it could use a hot-key to expand/collapse the view - show and hide all the tables in favor of a bigger pattern editing mode. Editing only 8 steps at a time could be a little on the narrow view...
User Comment
Submitted by Soren on 17 September 2008
@stainless: Hehe, yeah... well I've done quite a few and also got comments from coders about how some things would be more convenient and so. It's all very interesting, but I have been doing a lot of slavework-like coding :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless/F4CG/[P] on 16 September 2008
@Jeff : Well, you're the guy with the player-coding expertise, not me.
User Comment
Submitted by JCH on 16 September 2008
This editor (and newer drivers) can also be found at http://www.m-studios.dk.
User Comment
Submitted by Soren on 9 January 2008
Superb tool! :-)
@stainless: Ehrm, if that REALLY is needed, I suggest to put it at $1009...
init: $1000
play: $1003
multispeed play: $1006
and so ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 9 January 2008
Any updates to this excellent program?
I loved the sound of your Hubbard style driver for Joe Gunn! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless/F4CG/[P] on 9 January 2008
Why not have a fadeout routine triggerd like with $1003 ?
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 19 May 2007
Just been playing around with this music editor. I like it :)
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 3 September 2006
I'm not a musician but even I can understand as a coder how great this tracker is.
User Comment
Submitted by da1ezy on 2 September 2006
yay and yay. not too hard to migrate when you're coming from a jch background; also the multispeed switch and tempo table are neat. gotta dive deep into that one now and explore all the rest.
thanks for realizing this one. =)
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 2 September 2006
I played a bit with this; dynamic multispeed switching! YUM!

Thumbs up, Laxity!

Try to create something serious with this tomorrow...
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 2 September 2006
Wow. If this is what it looks like, I like this very much. Incredibly nice.
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